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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FAGS SIX THE LETNMUIXat: OAILf HERALD FHIDAY, APRIL 25, 19i'J UP FATHER" By G. McManus THcSra BEEN IN THAT TIME stoP The Sport Page in, mmnm IAA A SECRETARY Is Willing to Accept Position H Consent of School Board is If'-the school board will ihvt acting in thit capacity, bierut. Kilmer will be named secretair of the LAA.A. and wil! Duties at once." iL Kilmer is willing to lake the which is a mighty, important one. He is one-oMbo rity'i leading PACIFIC COAST YESTEBDAY'S GAMES '.'.R.. H. B. Oakland............. 3 3 X Seattle 2 10 3 Krause and Elliott; Mains, Bowman and Ritchie. H. II. E. Sacramento 4 S 0 San Francisco 2 7 3 Bromley and Murray; Baun, Couch anil Brooks. R. II. E. Salt Lake............ 6 S 2 Los Anieles......... 2 6 1 Levereni and Spencer; Beer. Valencia' and Lapan. I H. H. E. Vernou 12 14 2 Portland............... 3 7 4 Honck; Hieger 'anil Cook; Cooper, i-ewis and Baker: Salt IdVe Lot Angeles Molyneui, Schorr Pertica and and Spencer; Pcrllzad 3. 11 rbmme and Cooke; Oldham and Baker l-'fi Seattle. S.'T _ Mitze. Mains am Ritciiie. Sacraoiento 'o .S Saa..Francisco S 'Gardiner and'Jlurray; Smllh 3 McKee.1 In The Major Leagues AMERICAN Won Chicago Boston Washington Philadelphia St. Louis York Detroit Cleveland Ixist 0 (i 1 1 1 0 0 Pel. 1.001) .500 .501) .000 .000 .000 .001) IrooKlyn 'inclnnati s'ew York 1 Philadelphia 1 'ittsburg (i Louis 0 Boston 0 AMERICAN 1 ASSOCIATION YESTERDAY'S OAMES i n. H. E. Milwaukee 2 6 3 j Louisville......- 14 U Howard and Hubn; Davis ind Ker- cherr. R. H. E. Kanaas City 0 6 1. Columbus 1 6 1 Brahm and Brock; Wilkinson and Wagner. R. H. E. St. Paul............. 151 Indianapolis........ Barrett; Griner and llargrave; Hogc and Goisett. Minneapolis-Toledo, postponed, rain. 6 0 7 0 Crum, knows tne boys.wlo are crowing up..and besWesJie.has had experience In an. administrative capacity in the. army, so that if the hoards thinks the will not interfere with his regular wcrk as physical Instructor tie will be tie man for the job, And, can say thai wilh Sir. Vllmflr on the job there will no lagging In any of the leagues. ules will he posta] on time, tbo games will be played as schedule and llic work of the I, A.A.A, will kept up to dale. Especially will the new be valuable In getting tho set for organlnng junior sport. Ilia connection with the schools make tin job eaiy for Mm. i St..Paul........... 2 Indianapolis 1 Niehaus and Hargraiw; Cavet and Got-ett. Milwaukee........... 2 3 Faeth and Huha; Steward Kocher. Oilier times poitponerl. Measure .To Go To Plebisciie- It's Up To Sport Lovtrs To Work or slow time? Xo' need to ask a soccer or baseball fan which.' No need to .ask the T. B. M. who wields a brassle occasion.' No-need to ask a thousand and one sport boosters in the city. no .matter .what said about fast .or slow other" pages ot tnls Great Faintly Journal, this page is for fast the drop of the hat. -the L.'A.A.A. his a res- favoring'faat This was' done at general meeting when organization was effected, and we know 99 per cent of the sport-loving people in Lethbrirjge want to he up there with C. P. li. time. There are opponents to fast time, but you won't find 'them among the 'fellows who get-out and chase the pigskin, or toss the horseshoe or tickle the elusive little white ball on the links. Just think of it. Nine whole Inning? after seven o'clock. Eighteen holes after 6.30 with- out putting a red light on the ball to find it on the 18th. A full 90 minute game Jof soc- cer without lanterns. Al! after the evening mnalwhen everybody can be on deck without complain- ing of Indigestion neit day. Page 4 may go as strong as It likes aralnst fast time, but page G will boost for the adoption ot daylight saving till the last dng's hung. The commissioners have agreed to lake plebiscite on the matter. It's up to erery sportsman to con- stitute himself an electioneering committee of' one and hoost fast talk fast lime- -ahd take every supporter'of'fast lime to the polls on the day bf' Hie vote. Qiiicago Wan in Third ST. LOUIS. April Chicago's concentrated attack in the third in- ning consisting of three a pass, a stolen base, a double- and an error by Williams- produced four runs, giving the Sox the sec- of the series with St. 5 lo 1. :hicago 5 10 1 St. Louis 2 C 1 Cicotte and Schalk; Sothern aud Mayer. Turned tnt' Tabki WASHINGTON! 'April Phali lpUIa turned tables on Wash- ington here today In another 13 in- nlog game, winning by-'a score of 6 to 3. The decidi.qg. rnn, was made on double, Anderson's sacrifice md Shannon's single'. Philadelphia 6 14 Washington S 9 Watson, Anderson and Perkins; Thompson, Harper, Craft and Ohar rtty. poslponeci; weather. New postponed, grounds. cold NATIONAL Won Lost Pet. 1.000 .500 .500 .000 .000 .000 YOUR LIFE INSURANCE WOF.J THE UTMOST IMPORTANCE Cuba Had Batting Rally CHICAGO. April second in- ning batting rally combined wliir er- rors enabled the Cubs' to defeat P.ttsburg today, S lo 1. Piltsburs; 1 S 2 Jhicago 5 3 3 Cooper and Schmidt; Vaughn and Killifer. Cincy Wint Aiiin CINCINNATI, April formerly of the New York Americans, pitched brilliantly for Cincinnati to- dar and the locals >wbn the game, 3 to 1. St. Louw Cincinnati Sherd ell ind demons; Fisher ami Spirit River, Alia., in the Rive country. Cherry trees are beginning to conn out in blossom, and if the present fins weather continues all classes of fruit will be In bloom at least a week ear Her than normal. Rlglit now the pros pect Is for a fruit crop that will eiceed by1 50 per cent, she 191S output. Straw berries look particularly vigorous. The demaud for rauch horses thit year is considerably in excess o! Ili3 supply, and outside points have been called on to help out. The Canyon City Lumber Co.. which eafch spring' has to depend on outside buyers tu the surplus logging camp en- gines, lias this year sold out locally and still has not enough to meet in- quiries. For the first time in its history ractors arc being used at farm work this spring. Three of them have been purchased this couple of velands and a Fordsoii. One of the former is being utilized to haul the government road-scraperi on which Lwo teams were formerly used. After holding weekly sewing meet- ings for al least, three years continu- ously, the local Red Cross is now open- Ing -the workroom but once a month, id as soon as materials ou hand are made up operations will entirely. ESPECIALLY AT THE ENT TIME TO AND FAMILY. Do you that tha capital value ol the life ot a' nan, aia 35, earning par annum, to his dependents li ovar 117.WO, aid his laiurabls ovar tlO.OOO? With the ever dacraaalnc value ot thi dollar, tha man who. perhapf, was amply in- Bured (ire years ago, ahould to- day DOUBLE bli protection. Talk over your insurance needi with your SBE Agant of tha CANADA LIFE H. J. H. SKEITH Sherlock Block' Phone Rtcruit Stopped Glint. PHDjADELPHIA, April ward, a recruit pitcher, stopped New York's scoring today after Q.escheger had jlven them a 5 to 2 lead at the end .of the fourth inning, and delphia iron the game, S to 5. New Tork ..-.'........i 5 11 E Philadelphia S 12 1 Benton, Steele and Smith; Oetcheger, Woodward and Cady. Brooklyn-Boston, postponed, rain. DBfUXCE, Ohio, April Lieut. Harry J. Bunser, ot Fort Wayne, InU., suffered two broken rrbs when tlie air- plane in which he and his wife' were. attempting to ina'xe a landing because' of i gasoline shortage crashed into a barn near here last evening. Tho machine fc'aa wrecked. but Mra. Run- ser was uninjured. Lieut. Runa'er and his wile recently returned to Canada SAME OLD STORY ST. JOHNS, Nfld., April 24.' take place to- day, owing to local cob- -'f iUlcns. Mid-ocean reports are more favorable, and It is pos- sible'a start may be niade to- morrow. (rom France, where he was i" the United States aerial service. Tbe lift Toronto yesterday (or iFort Wayne, where Lieut. Ilunser 16. rive an A-ropreventatiTe frorn the dopart- antnt ot hit been la Maple Creek Interrlewinf ilgnlDt up euhscriben to con- trmplated jorornraect telephone iff- ten, whlta counbll has asked the (o Initat NORTHWESTERN Tacoma. Vancouver Easily and Caraden; Patterson. Seattle .1.. Victoria WHY NOT your Tire Repairing done by the Veteran Tire ad Repair For prompt .tfttclant and at tin lime Iwji to lablishfrl Into a drll occujwttob. UM ttt. YVanU League of Sooth Towns With Lrfhbridp Included Up, Quick Cardston baseball enthusiasts held a very successful organization meet- ing oh Monday when the following of- ficers for the year were elected: J. Wood and Geo. Duce. B, OheeMmsn. First Law. Second Heppler. A. Ferguson. C.iB. again appoint- ed manager. Carfaton la very antious for the for- Zuatioa of a league In the south towns with included, and would like to hear from olhsr clubs is to the pro'pcual. n. 2 0 IT. K. aud Ranches Change Hands No Empty of Trade Easy (From Our Own t'orrcaccnrlcnt) CRESTOX, B.C., April J. H, King, minister ot irorks in the B. government, ivas a visitor hers on Sunday, en 'route to his constituents at Cranbrook. He that a long-expected high lerel bridge the Goat rirer, In the Canyon City sec- lion, will -be built instruc- tions having been given the engineer to prepare thu plans, etc., and get on yrlth the "work at the earliest possible moment. For residents ia the east half of the valley this bridge will shorten their round trip to town by al least four miles, and provides a highway, for ths whole journey. y The board of trade had a'box so- cial and dance on CMonday night to raise funds for publicity work this year. The affair -was a line ss well as financial success, about J50 attending, with the gross intake run- ning almost The Bale ot boxes provided about a couple of the boxes celling as high as 111 and }17. Three prizes Ts'erg given for Iho most artistic boxes, and these honors went (o Mrs. C. 0. "lodgers, .Miss icl Hobdcn and Mrs. <3eo. Johnson. The indui: of prospective neiv set- tlers continues, and the demand for Improved reaches exceeds the num ber for This week spot cub for a ranch jnst we it bf town. At present there Isn't a racant house hi town, and this Condition Is seriously felt, as some of the new arrivals want to rent a houie 'In order to spend a few months sizing up things before buying. Notable ar- this week were Mr. and Mrs. Stroaf, who arrived on Tuesday from J. F. Mackenzie, homestead inspec- tor at Prince Albert, reports much in- ,e-rcst being shown by intending -In- spectors in the Ravine Bank country. MOTORCARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd opp. Lethbrtdge Hotel Phont 1544 MOTORISTS! Don't let your Tires spoil your pleasure (luring thli line ,weather. We repair- tliem rijht; natur- ally they stay right. TIRE CO. Phone Znrf Avenue S. Williams and Boeiell; Morion and Easlerly. Keattle 11 10 1 Victoria............ i i o Erans and Boeale; Zwifel aad Easte-ly. Vaucouyer-Tacoraa, postponed, rain FIFIHBAI1AUON "Old iMascot of Unit, With His Gold Stripe, toads ProiceMion We Arc Closing Out Ike Balance of Our OVERLAND CARS A Mrtfl M Uft it i Reduction D. S. WILLIAMSON CO, NINTH 8VTREET AND FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIME SHEER IN PER CENT EXCELLENCE YOU CANT BE AT THE Kelly'Springfield Tire THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. FOURTH AVINUE KEGl.S'A. April olh l jUlion, Saskatchewan's senior figlit unit, was cheered by per- 'tons on Its arrival iorlay for dis- persal. Sir Richard Lake, lieiuenant- zoiernar; Premier Martin. Mayor Tilacli and olliers met ihfim at Ihe sla- lion platform. <5M Hill, the famous Broadview goat !hdt 5lli took (rom Valcariler .wUh Hicm, lieailed tiie parade to" barracks, dear- ing hli one wound on it blue coal. Meut. t'ol. V. O. Tuilor, V. S. O., Id the battalion, and In tho line Sergt. n. a! In the parade waii Capt. BMcha- lor, who went baok to France loilag an aim and won-v IHe Stimtrr CroM. The. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN The RELIABLE RADIATOR REPAIR SHOP Reliable FvrquharMn; Prop. "D" Tailor, 5th St. S, CENTRAL GARAGE REPAIR ANY CAR FORDS A SPEClALtY OIlfcHNE FORD PARTS LIVE SPACE DAY AND NIOHT REAR PHriHE 1ftn :'i FOURTH AVENUE S, We have some Bargains in Second Hand Cart CAtl. IN AND Mt THEM 1 Agent for Millar (tiarantwd U make idjuitmtnta.' Rapalr Wwp In Caniwrtlan. BIJOU MOTORS Tlnt'a wtat'yog win MT whea jou art'j.oM tonl retread, H T-T i KUBE7 W.AV..... Vonr tfre tw btrilt up with (he besl of new material and will receive hy curing in our new Rib mold a dciljn and finish Hi ft must plcax tut matt exacting. Vulcanizing t, Mild Willard SFHViCh SiAlIDN Plain Language You'll find thait commoa wordi, explahatiaoi and quick action are the rule the Willard Savin Station. It ii put of Wiltwd poHcy to make it for evtty